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Th September 29th

community and culture

A building in which objects of lasting interst or value are displayed Museum
The making, buying and selling of goods and services Business
Features of everyday life shared by people in a particular place or time Culture
A person who lives in a city, or town or a person who legally belongs to a country Citizen
People with common interests living together Community
A rule that people agree to Law
A group of people that who lead a country, city or town. In our country we vote for our government. Government
The kind of weather a place has. Climate
A large, dry area of land Desert
The earth's surface (plains, plateau, valleys, or mountains) Landform
Things that could be bought and sold Goods
Work or employment for another Service
Safe place to keep money. Banks aer also buildings where people can store or borrow money bank
A group of people that live in one country. Sometimes people from different nations meet to talk about problems in the world Nation
The exchange of thoughts, information, or messages by speech, signals or writing Communication
connecting computers around the world Internet
Reference Work
A person from whom one is decended Ancestor
Something that is passed down from generations (like a tradition) Heritage
Historic Site
Historical Society
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